The Brazos Bend State Park is 4,975 acres of habitat found in Fort Bend County. The property is located about 20 miles southeast of Richmond, Texas. Most of the state park is in the Brazos River floodplain and is dominated by bottomland habitat. Because this is a water-dominated area in a humid part of the state, waterproof footwear is recommended for all public hunters.
Brazos Bend State Park provide good opportunity for public hunting, especially for white-tailed deer. The hunter check station is located at the group banquet hall in the interior of the park. Hunters may use the park’s water and electric campsites and shelters overnight, for which the regular use fee is charged. Call the park at 979-553-5101 for additional information on their public hunting opportunities.
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